Thank you for all the kind words you have sent us. Beata
Ben and I were very sorry to miss this last Gardening Club of the year at the weekend, but as hopefully you saw, our friend Sarah took Betty, Poppy and her little boy along...
I just wanted to feedback about how thoroughly impressed, and amazed, Sarah was at just how brilliant the morning was and the fantastic atmosphere. She said how lucky we are that parents (you!) give up their time to put this sort of thing on for the children.
Ben and I also just wanted to say thank you for all that you've done this year with the gardening projects. Betty and Poppy have been totally inspired by all the green things that have been going on, plus...I don't think it'll be long before our tomato plants finally bear 'fruit'!
Thanks again - we really appreciate it. Have a wonderful summer break.
Ben & Ellie
On behalf of the school community I would like thank you for everything you have done to develop our outdoor learning. We have all learnt so much and been encouraged to be a little more adventurous when growing plants from seeds. The children have thoroughly enjoyed all the activities that you have planned for them, with staff.
I do hope that you will be on hand to advise us as we endeavour to continue the seeds that you have sown. We had planned that this was the start of something very exciting for Alderbrook and that together we would continue to develop the outdoor learning we provide for the children, year on year. You spent many a Saturday at school improving our environment and I enjoyed spending time with you discussing the possibilities and agreeing what would be achievable. So much has been achieved and I am still fully committed to working with our school community to enhance the experiences we can offer our children.
I wish you much deserved success in supporting other schools.
Thank you again for your generosity and wisdom.
Have a super summer.
I would thoroughly recommend getting 'think outside' at your school. They ran two workshops at our school's eco-warriors club, both very enjoyable with children saying 'this is the best eco-warriors session ever'. Workshops are both engaging and educational, encouraging children's interests in the outside world.
Laura, Eco-Committee leader, Rutherford House School
Beata has worked with our school bringing together children, parents and staff to create an amazing school garden out of a tiny amount of space. She has worked with different classes to develop the children's knowledge, understanding and enthusiasm for plants. Her inspirational activities are very hands-on and she engages everyone - even the most reluctant gardener! Our school has benefited enormously from working with her.
Our Lady of Victories, Science Lead